Letter, Nicolle Freni to Rene, London, England, April 7, 2007 (Ms2008-020)

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Nicolle Freni</br>
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7th April 2008</br>
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Attn: Rene</br>
Office of Recovery and Support</br>
Virginia Tech</br>
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Dear Rene and all at Office of Recovery and Support,</br>
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I spoke to Rene the other day to say that I am a writer/songwriter who was moved very much by the tragedy in Virginia Tech, having close family in Virginia, and wrote a song entitled simply 'Blacksburg Virginia.'</br>
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The song is going to radio stations in Virginia and to the university in time for the memorial services.</br>
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I would appreciate it if you could get it around to wherever it would most likely be played, as I believe the message is important, about gun control, and how vital our children are to us: too vital to leave guns around to kill them, or wars to take them. I hope it will be balm to the soul as the message implores people to think, and change things, and therefore to hope.</br>
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With my Warmest Regards and True Sympathy to you all for your community's loss.</br>
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Yours faithfully,</br>
Nicolle Freni</br>
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(PS The origin of the song and other info is on my website: www.nicollefreni.com)</br>
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RECEIVED</br>
APR 11 2008</br>
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